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Johnson's Nursing Pads - Contour - 60 ct

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  • Contour Shape Pads

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JOHNSON'S Contour Nursing Pads

60 Pads


JOHNSON'S Nursing Pads are designed for confident protection and complete discretion


Embarrassing moments disappear. JOHNSON'S Nursing Pads are ultra-absorbent and soft for superior protection and comfort. They let you concentrate on what's really important-nurturing your baby.




*Super absorbent core - Special polymer pulls & locks moisture away from skin for longer lasting dryness that's healthier for your skin
*Breathable protective cover - Keeps clothes dry while enabling airflow to help sore nipples.
*Silent, rustle-free design - Quiet under clothing for more discretion
*Cushiony-soft lining - For superior softness & comfort
*Exclusive contour shape - For a secure comfortable fit & complete discretion
*Unique nipple indentation - Provides soft, soothing comfort for sore nipples
*Non-slip adhesive strip - Secures pad in place for confident protection day or night



60 Contour Nursing Pads

Product Details

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  • Product Dimensions: 3.6 x 7.1 x 7.6 inches ; 10.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • ASIN: B005IHQ99Q
  • UPC: 885842604070 885345597022 885700590040 885252522780 763529304331 885518123003 885226486186 885539946322 885324119627 885545844537 381370017752
  • Item model number: JJ-092
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (312 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,071 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)

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86 of 87 people found the following review helpful By M. Tran on January 19, 2009
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I have tried Lansinoh, Medela, Johnson & Johnson, and Playtex nursing pads. The Lansinoh are best overall: great absorbancy, nice countoured shape, and good adhesive that stays in place without bunching up. J&J were also great, but I'd recommend them to women who size A or B since they are smaller in size. Playtex has great absorbancy but they are not at all countoured so they bulge unless you have the perfect bra that will hide a huge bulge. Medela are super thin, therefore much less absorbant, and also the core gets bunched up inside the outer lining so they are almost impossible to unbunch between feedings. The adhesive stinks too, so they don't stay in place too long. So overall I recommend J&J to smaller women (cup A or B), and the Lansinoh to larger women (cup C and above).
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57 of 57 people found the following review helpful By JJ on October 5, 2011
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As a new mom with a VERY heavy milk flow, I have tried several different breast pads over the last few months. Here is my overview of each:

Johnsons baby nursing pads - 60 Ea: These are my FAVORITE pads for daytime use. They will not hold as much as Ameda, so they aren't as reliable overnight. However, they are very soft and comfortable against tender breasts, They also have a nice shape that is more discrete than other brands. I also love that they are not packed in pairs or singles, just all lumped in the box together. Yes, this means they are not as "sterile" as the other brands, but they aren't a haste to unpack each time you need a fresh pad, and you don't risk waking up baby with crinkly wrappers. They do have an adhesive to keep them secure in your bra. Also, they are the only pad I know of with a nipple indentation, meaning they are a little less abusive to already sore nipples.

Ameda 50 Count Noshow Premium Disposable Nursing Pads: These are the most absorbent pads I have found. In fact, they are the only ones that keep me dry overnight. However, they have no shape to them at all, and are extremely obvious if you wear a thin bra. They have no adhesive, so they will move around in your bra. Also, they are packaged in an extremely crinkly wrapper, so if my baby is asleep I have to take them in another room to open, so as not to wake up the baby (and he is a heavy sleeper!)

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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By daysleeper on May 23, 2008
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These pads are the fourth brand I've tried, after Lansinoh and Gerber Ultra-Thin (both disposables) and some washable cloth pads (I forget the brand), and in my experience these are the absolute best. Each type of pad I tried prior had pros and cons, but I have no complaint at all about the Johnson's pads.

I'm wearing them for both day and night, and even after wearing one set all night my bra, shirt, and skin were dry despite the pads being completely saturated. With the other brands, I regularly woke up with everything wet. Regarding daytime wear, I occasionally leaked around the Gerber pads and the cloth pads, as they were relatively small and also did not stay in place; the Lansinoh pads were larger in diameter and had adhesive to keep them in place, but I sometimes leaked through them. Neither of those situations has occurred with the Johnson's pads.

These pads have remained in place flawlessly, even without using the adhesive strip, and they are not noticeable under my clothing. They feel so completely comfortable that I am able to forget they are there. They can contain a much larger amount of moisture, and they are soft and perfectly shaped for me.

The only thing I would change about the Johnson's pads would be to have them individually wrapped like the Lansinoh pads, so that I can carry a spare set in my purse. In light of all the good things about this pad, though, that's a very minor concern.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Kimberly on March 26, 2015
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If you're breastfeeding you'll probably need some sort of nursing pads. Being a mommy of two I've tried two different types of disposable nursing pads as well as bamboobies washable nursing pads. I found a pretty big difference between Lansinoh vs Johnson's (you can easily see the difference in the picture I posted) so hopefully this review will help!

Johnson's Nursing Pads: They are not individually wrapped so they're great to just grab out of the box and go. They are somewhat shaped which I found a bit awkward to wear. The shape might fit smaller cup sizes but for me being a size D in addition to being engorged the pads didn't fit comfortably. The real awkward part is the little nipple Johnson decided to imprint on the pad. I don't know what significance the imprint makes besides just being ridiculous. The pads do absorb a decent amount but I found myself needing to change them out midway through the night. If you have a strong let down like myself these might not be the best option. They also have one small sticker on the back which I didn't find very useful. They still seemed to slide around and not stay put. Two stickers might do a much better job holding it into place. I gave it a 3 out of 5 for just being average at best. There are a lot of things Johnson's can improve on with these nursing pads.

Lansinoh Nursing Pads: Right out of the box these nursing pads are folded in half and individually wrapped. Fantastic for throwing in a diaper bag/breast pump bag but not so great if you're in a rush. The pad lays completely flat once taken out and unfolded so you have much more breast coverage. They are much thinner than the Johnson's brand so I was shocked to find that Lansinoh has a lot more absorbancy. I could go an entire night with one pair on with no issues. The back of the pad has two stickers which works better holding it into place.
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